Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Stock Market:
Hewlett-Packard Co., down $1.43 at $21.25
A Jefferies analyst downgraded shares of the computer maker saying that tablet computers and smartphones could hurt its business.
Modine Manufacturing Co., down 54 cents at $5.94
The heating and cooling products maker said fourth-quarter net income rose, buts its 2013 outlook disappointed investors.
Iamgold Corp., up 98 cents at $11.65
A weaker than expected May U.S. job report pushed investors to buy gold, sending shares of gold miners like Iamgold up.
Smith & Nephew PLC, down $1.53 at $45.13
The medical device maker is withdrawing a metal liner used in hip replacements because it is "not satisfied" with its clinical results.
DR Horton Inc., down $1.39 at $15.21
Shares of home builders, including DR Horton, fell after the government released a weaker than expected May U.S. jobs report.
Leap Wireless International Inc., down 71 cents at $5.06
A BMO Capital Markets analyst downgraded the phone company's shares, saying its deal to sell a prepaid iPhone could hurt margins.
Vera Bradley Inc., down $2.06 at $19.81
A Citi analyst downgraded shares of the bag and accessories maker saying that he doesn't think the stock will move much higher.
OmniVision Technologies Inc., down $2.79 at $13.40
The maker of image sensors used in mobile phones said that its profit fell 92 percent in the fiscal fourth quarter as sales dropped.